Herald.ie, the latest online offering from Independent Digital, is dedicated to bringing you the latest news from Dublin, Ireland and worldwide.
www.herald.ie and www.unison.ie are fully owned brands of Independent News & Media Plc (INM)
Spanning four continents and twenty one countries, INM operates in the areas of publishing (magazines, national/regional newspapers), radio and outdoor advertising. The Group publishes over 180 individual titles with a weekly audience of over 100 million consumers, in addition to its 70+ online sites. The Group manages gross assets of €3.9 billion delivering revenues of over €1.8 billion and employing 9,800 people worldwide.
Independent Digital (Ireland)
Under Independent Digital, Independent Newspapers (Irl) Ltd. (INIL) publish, develop and strategically manage all of its digital business in Ireland.
INIL’s overarching portal brand Unison.ie is the largest publisher of quality news content since 2000 having united over 21 leading newspaper titles, to create Ireland's largest on-line content resource and become one of the county’s most popular sites.
Independent.ie and Herald.ie are the flagship brands, combining with editions of The Irish Independent, The Sunday Independent, The Evening Herald. This wealth of knowledge is augmented with relevant Irish focused content from newspapers in the UK, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand.
Herald.ie serves all who live and work in Dublin, as well as those who are interested in the lively blend of news, entertainment, and comment offered. We provide a number of resources for visitors to the Irish capital, making Herald.ie the online source for everything Dublin.
Independent.ie is predominantly a news vehicle, offering a vast resource of news and information to a primarily Irish audience. More than 300 articles are uploaded every day, and the archive contains more than a million stories dating back to 1997.Tthere is no better source for Irish News.
Independent Newspapers (Ireland) Limited
Registered number 153066
Registered office 27-32 Talbot St, Dublin 1